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Jan 18, 2014 12:36am PST
and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6a in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. thank you very much! oh! thank you! welcome. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. can you feel it? the studio is rumbling right now. that's what i'm talking about. hot crowd. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. thank you for being here. [ cheers ] we've got a fun show tonight. really good show. kevin hart will be coming out later. we've got a great, great show. he's a funny guy. here's what people are talking about. a new poll found that hillary clinton is now leading governor chris christie by 13 points in a potential presidential matchup. [ scattered cheers ] of course, hillary hasn't wanted to comment during this difficult time for christie. so instead she's choosing to stay home, open a bottle of wine and laugh and laugh and laugh and laugh. hey, it's the first lady's bi
Jan 17, 2014 12:36am PST
] >> steve: all good movies. >> jimmy: got to go, i got to go. i got to go. this is what's going on in washington. of course, everyone's talking about the speech from president obama where he talks about edward snowden and how he wants to stop leaks like that from happening ever again. well he actually hasn't given the speech yet, i just found it online. [ laughter and applause ] it looks like it's going to be good. really good. and get this, new documents showed the nsa looks at 200 million text messages every day. or as teens eating dinner with their families put it, "lightweights." [ laughter and applause ] this surprised me a little bit. first lady michelle obama is making news over a recent interview where she said that she is not ruling out plastic surgery or botox in the future. when asked to comment, barack was like, "nope." [ laughter and applause ] nice try, nice try. nope. she want to, she can. she doesn't need it. [ laughter ] here's some more political news. in a new interview, donald trump said there's a 50/50 chance that he'll run for governor of new york. [ audien
Jan 18, 2014 1:37am PST
to to ,,,,,,,,,,,, announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! audience: [cheering] announcer: give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how y'all? how you folks doing? thank you very much. thank you, joe. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. you know what? we got a good one for you today. returning for the second day-- one of my favorite cities, detroit, michigan-- it's the fowlkes family. audience: [cheering] steve: and from austin, texas, it's the mcdonald family! audience: [cheering] steve: everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and the possibility of driving out of here in a brand new stylish ford fusion right there. audience: [cheering] steve: give me dottie, give me nichell. audience: [cheering] steve: ladies, here we go. we got the top 7 answers on the board. name something a man worries his wife will turn into. nichell. >> a cheater. steve: a cheater. >> good answer! good answer! audience: [laughing] steve: same thing, hell. same damn thing. you just cheating a whole lot, that's all. dottie? >> a witch. ste
FOX Business
Jan 19, 2014 2:00am EST
with mr. steve forbes, rich karlgaard, elizabeth macdonald, john tamby, rich. here we go but in spade >> 2014 will be a train wreck. you have a 40 million americans who work for companies with 100 employees or fewer. aetna ceo says the premium for the workers will go up 20 to 50% in the course of 2014. even the government's own health and human resources says that up to 80% of those workers could lose their coverage. >> yeah, that was actually based on an i.r.s. report. they were using information from h.h.s. rick, onically, a lot of the letters that are going to go out to the small plans are going to happen in octob. just before the election. that is dangerous for the democrats. >> it's actually interesting. a couple of fast rrectis. they won't lose the coverage, they will see the coverage change. it has to because of the requirements of the law. >> exactly. >> however, i'll make a prediction for you. a surprise prediction. keep something in mind. individual insurance, the insurance companies have wanted out of that business for years. they don make money. small business, they do mak
Jan 21, 2014 12:36am PST
. [ laughter and applause ] the perfect storm. the perfect storm. stoner vortex about to happen. >> steve: stoner vortex. >> jimmy: #stonervortex. but everyone's talking about seahawks cornerback richard sherman. last night, he just went off. he was like a wrestler or something. they interviewed him after the big play, at the end of the game. and he goes on this rant against 49ers wide receiver michael crabtree. just take a listen to what happened. >> the final play. take me through it. >> well, i'm the best corner in the game! when you try me with a sorry receiver like crabtree! that's the result you're gonna get. don't you ever talk about me! >> who was talking about you? >> crabtree! don't you open your mouth about the best. >> jimmy: there we go. that's good. [ laughter ] who was talking about? michael crabtree! it was crazy. i was like, what, did washington legalize cocaine, too? [ laughter and applause ] when did they legalize it? bath salts? in fairness, that's pretty much how i act when i beat betty white at beer pong! [ yelling ] speaking of football, a new survey found that peyt
Comedy Central
Jan 16, 2014 11:31pm PST
writes, dear steve. >> she knows part of my name. (laughter) >> i saw on your show that you are going to quote crush me like a bug. you are a real class act. i am never surprised when someone like you succeeds in show business, keep up the great work, break a leg and other things. carol burnett. folks-- (cheers and applause) >> stephen: i got to say, i am speechless it is so great when your heroes like your work. i mean -- >> stephen. >> carol burnett? carol burnett, everybody! (cheers and applause) >> carol, carol, i just got your letter. >> stephen, i don't think you got my letter at all. >> stephen: of course i did, it's rate here. >> stephen, i wasn't praising you, dear. i was being sarcastic. >> stephen: ha, ha, ha. good stuff. >> stephen, tell me, do you know what sarcasm means? >> stephen: of course i do. it's like when someone says i'm so hungry i could eat a horse. >> that's hyperbole. >> stephen: tell that to the horse i ate. good stuff. >> stephen, let me explain, sarcasm is saying the exact opposite of how you feel to make a point. okay, now, all right, for instance, right
Jan 15, 2014 12:36am PST
and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6a in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. d here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, get ready. oh, get ready. oh. oh, get ready. it is a good one tonight. it is a good one tonight. it's a good one tonight. that's what i'm talking about everybody. hot crowd. welcome. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." you guys feeling good tonight? [ cheers and applause ] welcome, everybody. all right. it's going to be a fun show tonight. here's what people are talking about. it's more trouble for new jersey governor chris christie. he's had a rough week. he's now being accused of using superstorm sandy relief money to produce a new jersey tourism commercial starring his family. it got even been worse when the ad said, "come to new jersey, but make sure you fly because traffic is going to be a bitch." [ laughter ] you don't have to do that. but chris christie is determined to do his job as governor. just today, he pr
Jan 22, 2014 12:36am PST
happens. >> steve: they don't care man. no rules in curling man. >> jimmy: but the jamaican bobsled team made it to the olympics. [ cheers and applause ] good for them. jamaican bobsled team. they raised $187,000 to travel to the olympics which is $100,000 more than they needed. so they asked them what they did with the rest of the money and they were like, "invested it, man." [ laughter ] ♪ let's go to curling match man. let's go to curling. [ laughter ] i thought this was interesting. this year's u.s. olympic team will have a lot of athletes in 30s and 40s as opposed to past olympic when they were in their 20s. this is happening in other countries as well. i heard the chinese athletes some of them are as old as nine. [ laughter ] >> steve: really? really? [ applause ] >> jimmy: you guys, we have microsoft founder bill gates on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] love that guy. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: i just want to take a minute to say, put away your iphones. [ laughter ] he said he is nervous about the interview but i said, look if we run into any trouble, i would unplug
Jan 22, 2014 6:00am PST
on the way over to the valley, 6:19 i almost forgot, steve there is the interstate looking well getting up to highway 17. let's go to steve. >>> very good morning, we had some records here, 68, the old mark was 67, and salina further south, we keep going south and it is 84 degrees our records, what about today, calm field will be close and right there, 67 only a couple of years ago, gilroy 72 and it would tie a record going back to 1989. it will not even be close, the record 76 last -- 67 last year that than is nor day of ten in a row and there will will be a heal change and that will be friday morning and we have some cloudy skies and then it is out of the picture and the weekend we start to warm up, tomorrow later tonight and tomorrow we focus on a red flag danger 20s for some, 30s and 40s upper 40s in san francisco and it is bone chilly, well below zero, look at the national temperatures 30 in new york, 10 in washington and everybody is just really cold. our system is don't but another one is on the way and we are going over the west coast ridge more snow and more cold and for us temper
Jan 20, 2014 7:00pm PST
mayor. our own steve kornacki, who broke that story, is here to explain it all. >> when the lieutenant governor of the state of new jersey pulls you aside in a parking lot -- >> a new allegation from hoboken's mayor. >> -- and says i know it's not right, i know these things should not be connected -- >> hoboken mayor dawn zimmer. >> -- but they are and if you tell anyone i'll deny it. >> charging that christie's number two tried to play politics. >> new allegations of corruption. >> with the sandy recovery money. >> i deny wholeheartedly those allegations. >> lieutenant governor kim guadagno. >> comments made by hoboken mayor dawn zimmer. >> mayor zimmer's version of our conversation -- >> she acknowledges there was a conversation that she had. >> -- is not only false but is illogical. >> an unequivocal denial. >> where does that leave us here? >> where are we in all this? >> in this she said she said thing. >> the fact is the lieutenant governor came to hoboken -- >> what was said and maybe what wasn't said. >> she said i know it's not right, i know these things should not be connecte
Jan 20, 2014 7:00am PST
weather and traffic. steve's right there. >> yes, i am. fog out in san mateo, santa cruz. i don't see much in north marin. no big changes tomorrow. wind picks up friday, which would be favoring a noorgt northeast which would mean -- north neither which would mean higher temperatures. what's normal 57, 52. 20, 35, sfo. half moon bay is 37. concord, 26. livermore, 36. it's cold for some. we've lost some of the component of the offshore breeze. that will help downtown oakland. except for some fog near the coast, it will be a nice day. pga, above-average temperatures. afternoon highs continue. here's sal. >>> steve, good morning. right now we're looking at a commute that i think you will like if you have to go to work. a lot of people have today off for the dr. king holiday. but some people are going. you can see it's a little bit more prouded than it was. but there's still plenty of room for you. at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's not a typical commute at all. in fact, it's much lighter than usual. we've been looking at some of the traffic times along dreaded highway 4. i'm gonna look at some
Jan 16, 2014 11:00pm PST
. i want to bring in steve kornacki here. host of "up" on weekend mornings here. he has been a tiger. not just the bringing in of reid schar, who is pretty good of a hotshot investigator and prosecutor out of illinois, having gone and succeeded with the blagojevich case. he is off in prison somewhere after these guys did their work. my question also about the lawyering of christie, brought in gibson, dunn & crutcher, a big firm in l.a., apparently giuliani buddies over there. he is lawyering up, preparing for worst. >> if you talk to democrats down in trenton, some democrats down in trenton, anyway, the apprehension that i pick up on is the existence not of this assembly committee. the assembly committee, when you talk to democrats who are eager to really get to the bottom of this thing, they like this committee. they like the counsel who has been brought in. this looks like a real first rate professional operation that is being put together here. and when you look at the scope of the subpoenas we're now talking about right away, you're looking at a committee that means business. the
Jan 16, 2014 1:00pm EST
. they have reached out to some big names, if you will. steve ballmer laid out the strategy. he did it in the head and organization. if you are the visionary coming in to say i am to do something different, is steve ballmer going to be happy about that? is bill gates on board? that is one of the biggest challenge of getting this nailed down. the can of do have an opposition? that is one of the factors that will affect this. >> all right, jon erlichman and bob herbold, and she so much for joining us. this is something we will continue to watch. we have got until june. we softly. coming up, everyone is talking about smart cars and smart thermostats. does anyone want to use them? we will talk about that with survey monkey. ♪ >> welcome back. we're talking about connecting cars and thermostats and homes. a lot of things. do people want their coffee makers to talk to them? >> sometimes industry is ahead of consumers. >> i have people talking to me at work all day long. maybe i don't want my coffee pot to. in a survey people monkey shakedown. here to talk with us about the results is th
Jan 16, 2014 6:00pm EST
will steve ballmer laid out the strategy. if you are the visionary coming in to say you're going to do something different, is steve ballmer going to be happy about that? that is one of the biggest challenges in getting all of this nailed down. what kind of power do you have in this? that's one of the factors that has been slowing this down. jon erlichman and bob herbold, former coo of microsoft, thank you for joining us on "bloomberg west." we have until june. we shall see. coming up, everyone is talking about smart cars, but do consumers actually want to use them? we will talk about that with survey monkey next. ♪ >> welcome back to "bloomberg west." i'm emily chang. we are talking about connected thermostats and homes. do people actually want their coffee maker to talk to them you ? like it nice and quiet, thank you very much. thanks we asked more than 760 in the survey monkey shakedown. david goldberg is with us from san francisco. do they really want this? do they want connect did cars, a connect at home? do. think people they don't know what it means when they get to the realit
Jan 18, 2014 3:00pm EST
like iphones. but for a lot less. >> the ceo models himself off steve jobs. >> i spoke to the ceo of baidu about this. robin said chinese people want bigger screens. >> not just chinese. >> samsung and other companies offer this. i spoke with robin li about apple. listen to what he hasto say. >> apple has experience in the u.s., but in china, the chinese characters are very different from english. you need an input engine method. apple does not have a good one. they did not allow it to be uploaded. >> that was interesting. i did not realize that about chinese characters. the difficulty of just the language. >> apple is a closed system. it is hard for them to adapt to different markets. >> when it comes to the competition, there is samsung which is the leader. apple has a lot of competition. a lot of them are cheaper, there is xiaomi. >> they are doing better than apple. >> a lot going on. we have the coo of huawei joining us from san francisco. you are pulling back on your core business and in the united states. i believe when you are taught taught -- when you spoke with some fren
Jan 16, 2014 8:00pm PST
all got nominations. directors for best picture alfonso gravity alexander for nebraska steve mcqueen for 12 years of slaves and mark said before will of wall street. >> : the butler was not nominated. >> : awards will be handed out march 2nd >> : still ahead however woman says she was lost half million dollars to a dating site. >> : they're cheering a party cannot didn't go into our relationship for three months. >> : but oyster lovers to debate area will be a shellshocked. >> : forty-niners posting pictures for their ideas for a party including food drink decorations. >> : [dad] [laughs] [boy] mom! [mom] yes? [boy] whoa,whoa,whoa... [mom and dad] [laughing] [boy] whoa,whoa,whoa... [mom] you've got two left feet,boo. we are three days away from the big game so i wanted to point out a fans pinterest is being flooded with 49er fan interaction. there is a lot of cool things to see and share, 49er related. it's fun to just surf around and check it out or if you're having a vieweing party for the game it's a great place to get ideas for easy decorations, drink or food recipes, or unique a
Jan 20, 2014 6:00am PST
will hear more from them t- alex -- from them. we will hear more from alex savage. >> steve, are you singing a new tune? >> steve what are you doing? >> i am not singing a new tune, it may be a little more colors pie the coast and some are lows, napa 33, livermore 35, san jose 40 and some mid-30s as well. palo alto to woodside there is nothing going on for us, sunny and mild, still an easterly breeze coming off the hill, not much change we should be in the up every 50s and 60s, here is sal. >>> we are looking at a commute which still looks pretty good. a lot of people have the king holiday off as you know and that will make it easier, a lot of the schools are closed and taking a look at the commute at the toll plaza, it is light and by now we'll see more traffic and as we mentioned it may not be a regular day. and northbound 101 to the city, let's go back to the desk. >> collin kaepernick, broke it up and scored. >> heartbreaking down to the minute loss, a true battle in seattle, seahawks beat the 9ers in the nfc championship game, they intercepted collin kaepernick's pass,er took it to a se
Jan 18, 2014 4:00pm PST
!rk cit!uare, eir big steves: beautifully preserved lucca is contained entirely within its iconic ramparts. most cities tear down their walls to make way for modern traffic. but lucca kept its walls, effectively keeping out both traffic and, it seems, the stress of the modern world. the city is a bit of a paradox. while it has europe's mightiest renaissance wall, it hasn't seen a battle since 1430. locals, like my friend and fellow tour guide gabriele calabrese, treat their ramparts like a circular park. and with plenty of rental bikes available, visitors can enjoy a lazy pedal around its 2-1/2-mile circuit, as well. so, gabriele, this is a renaissance wall. what's the difference between a renaissance wall and a medieval wall? calabrese: the medieval wall is thin, because they had no problem with harrows or stones. but in the renaissance time, the cannons, they became very strong, and they became a problem, so that's why it was so thick. steves: lucca's wall didn't come cheap. but all that hard work and investment combined with clever diplomacy earned the city a long period of independence
Jan 15, 2014 12:00am PST
, put me through a one- and then two weeks later i was invited down to louisiana to audition for steve. three auditions in three states. onis: when you saw patsey the page, what did you think? >> i was heartbroken. when i read her story. of sympathy. sense i felt sorry for her. i realized i had a lot of work to do in order to be able to actually play her. playing somebody sympathetically is a judgment of their situation rather than an advocacy of what they are fighting for. so i had my work cut out for me. i had a gut reaction to her. there was something i understood that i did not understand in my head. i know that is something actors have spoken of in the past with certain roles. was so excited to feel that and not understand it and then to go about trying to find how to play her and understand her. peopleso clearly young can do this. persons younger than you have been nominated in the past. the young folks can act. but what is fascinating about givenaracter, patsey, your young age, and i hear that thing about the gut, but what did you draw on because this is .uch a gutwrenching role
Jan 14, 2014 8:00pm PST
's just the patrons we are talking about earlier. steve vettel brought up the issue that this has already been litigated and decided. we take a very very different view of that. the appellate decision that was been described in our estimation clearly states that the issue of whether 182 is right or wrong has not been decided. in fact, what happened in the 2009 lod letter of determination, he said, mr. bad ner said, 182 maybe an appropriate response. the san francisco superior court judge, judge goldsmiths in his decision on that question said the zoning administrator made a finding and that finding was wrong. the court of appeals and the lawyers on the board should look at this exhibit 6 to my supplemental. the appellate judge says there was no finding that the trial could made because mr. bad mer made no such change and it was sent back because they made no other determinations whatsoever. there is a very fundamental disagreement about what the appellate have decided. i would certainly ask that you take a close look at that. steve vettel says we didn't approve the negative. the knob hill
Jan 15, 2014 2:00am PST
manager. >> so the only update i have is water supply update. >> excuse me. steve assistant general manager for water. if i could have the power point please. i'm going to update you on the water supply as we discussed earlier. the water supply conditions have about a million feet in storage that's about 70 photo in our storage. our water supply is a storage batted system. by comparison back in the year 2007 with have 80 percent of the storage. i referenced this because that's the last time that the commission declared a storage and called for 10 percent of volunteer rachel. but now the demand is 10 percent lower down to 24 million glances a day compared to two hundred and 50 million glances. we're in a dry year it's the demand is lower so we need to factor those things. the perspiration outcome is driveway. there was hopes of a storm that's gone from the effort and it's kind of shooting in the dashlg. we'll be continuing to evaluate on a week to week was basis to determine if a drought is correct. this is a table that don't expect people to go into detail. it is the amount of stora
FOX Business
Jan 21, 2014 5:00pm EST
of restaurant opportunity center united and she joins us along with fox news contributor steve moore who oppose as minimum wage increase. let me start with you. because your group has gotten together and made a lost noise and you have angered, you know at love different restaurant owners. they say thaw should be treated the same way a union is where you have to disclose openly, you know all your financing, where your money comes from and you have to have elections. your leaders of your organization. what do you think about that? >> well, first of all, actually it is not all restaurants that think that. we actually work with about 100 restaurant owners across the country who are members our organization, who have partnered with us to actually say to congress and the american people, we believe that workers should be treated better, should be paid well, should be provided benefits because we actually seen that it reduces turnover and increases profitability. they're mostly small businesses across the country that actually value their workers and have found they're able to reduce turnover almost i
Jan 16, 2014 6:00pm PST
's time to play "family feud!" give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] audience: [cheering] steve: how y'all doing? okay. thank you much, everybody, for sure. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey. you know what? we got another good one for you today, folks. returning for their second day, from manvel, texas, it's the dalmolin family! audience: [cheering] steve: and out of one of my favorite cities of all time, baby, detroit, michigan, it's the fowlkes family. audience: [cheering] steve: everybody's here trying to win their self a lot of cash and a shot at driving out of here in a brand new fuel-efficient ford fusion. audience: [cheering] steve: give me cindy, give me nichell.
Jan 15, 2014 6:00am PST
. it looks like it could be a little windier. the traffic itself looks pretty good. steve, a little windy there. nfc championship game, no change yet. game time temperature 50 degrees. there are hints of very light rain in the morning but other than that i don't see much. breezy to windy. some of the higher elevations. san francisco there is a lot of upper 50s to 60-degree temps. casey boswell who just tweeted me concord 33 degrees. asked me steve, do you think it will ever rain again? yes, some day it will rain again. just not for awhile. san jose 76. that was a record. oakland 74. oakland downtown 73. sfo 72. those were all records yesterday. today looks like another record setting day. stage is set. clear skies. high pressure aloft at the surface giving us that offshore breeze. temperatures today will have no problem warming up pretty fast for some. now there is very cold readings inland. kentfield going 68. napa 73. that would also be a record. san francisco forecasting 72. the record is 73 back in 2009. 30s and 40s. now not far away from novato i had a reading of 37. it all depends
Jan 16, 2014 12:00pm EST
. let's meet today's starting lineup. jon likes what he sees from yahoo! today. steve wise is here and he does not glee with the doc on that one. stephanie link is here. making some moves in the banking space today. but will she pull citi from her playbook? and josh brown is patting himself on the back today about his best buy call. we do begin with the retail rec dejour however. best buy pounded after holiday sales dropped nearly 1%. meantime, jp penny is closing stores. passing out pink slips. the space has been under fire. and our traders are calling out the winners and the losers. and lately, guys, josh brown, there are many, many losers. >> yeah, look, you think about specialty retail. it's been a really tough space. almost no company has been immune. all of these companies in this category had disappointing sales with very few exceptions. best buy is is a really atrocious example. but i think the consumer is just really not as buoyant as maybe some had hoped going into the season. and i think there are tradeoffs happening. i think people are deciding do i really need to do th
Jan 21, 2014 6:00am EST
prospects for these economies. >> charles, steve liesman. good to see you this morning. we were talking about global systemic risk. is greece off the table as the kind of thing that could bring down financial markets globally? and what are your thoughts on whether or not we should be concerned about china from a global perspective? >> steve, good morning. good to see you, as well. i do think greece is off the table. that assumes, however, that europe is prepared to continue to support greece and be a bit more on generous in terms of the financial support. greece has gone through a tremendously painful period of adjustment. i think it's time europe recognized this. they've done a lot particularly on the financial front. globally, i do not see china has posing a significant systemic risk, but i do think that china has the potential to lead to instability in global markets this year. not enough to destabilize the global financial system by any means, but the fact is that most chienl auto chinese financial institutions went on road shows in the last few years, raised a good bit of stock in
Jan 16, 2014 9:00pm EST
nominated for four. recently, i spoke to steve coogan. >> it was a moving story and i wanted to tell it as a film. that was about four years ago and here we are today. it is done and dusted. it seems to be getting positive attention. >> did you always want to play the role of the investigating journalist? >> not at first. i just wanted to produce it and get the film made. i toyed with the idea of directing early on. when judi dench got on board i got cold feet because i did not want to be pushing around a dame and tell her what to do. i would leave that to something more seasoned. martin is a real journalist. i was putting a lot of myself into it. it was a hybrid of martin and myself. therefore, i felt someone could play this part, i can. i knew if this film is not being produced by amy then i would be way down the casting list. i figured, how producing it and i will get the best part to myself as an early christmas present. >> steve coogan. joining me now to talk about all of the buzz is paul dergarabedian, senior media analyst with rentrak. it's a pleasure to have you with us, paul
FOX Business
Jan 17, 2014 4:00pm EST
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Jan 15, 2014 3:00pm PST
panel, steve hay hayes. huan williams, and jonah goldberg this is what i call the go-to panel. and the go-to panel, but steve. >> well, i think the first thing that has to be said is, i have to spraz the senate democrats who issued this report. it's a tough report. it's very, very tough on the state department. obviously, as we just heard the report concludes without qualifiers that al qaeda elem t elements were involved. it names the four specific al qaeda groups who played a role or who contributed participant in the attack. both of which undermine the administration's narrative, certainly the narrative the "new york times" tried to sell a couple weeks ago, but it's a tough report. having said all that, it doesn't answer all the questions. there are many questions that still remain to be answered. that's one of the criticisms the republicans in their additional views to the report, led by saxby cham bsax bae ch saxby chambliss also made note of. they could have been tougher on the talking points controversy. they skated right by the talking points and didn't really criticiz
Jan 16, 2014 4:30am PST
already shattered dry records shattered, warm records shattered -- >> steve paulson will have your full for call pulling it up into its water reserved and live in quarter med madera, here is more. >>reporter: over the next few days, the district will be using a reserve reservior on mt. pam. reservior levels are only 70% of normal and the district does not like pumping water because it is so expensive but they have no choice given these drought like conditions. >> we have a little bit of water left in our system now to do that. >> residents are talking about restrictions. landscapers are worried they will not want to plan with water rationing. they are cutting back with how many water glasses they put on tables and i will tell you that is a lot. >>> a 61-year-old woman in sonoma county with underlying health issues died from the flu yesterday. in napa county, a man with multiple medical issues died and the death of a 48-year-old man is now flew -- flu related. this map shows, one death was also reported in hum poll county. now a shooting out side windy's restaurant and police havish -- i
Jan 18, 2014 4:00am EST
included steve wozniak and steve jobs debuting the apple one. they kicked off the pc revolution in the process. gathered at members a computer history museum in san jose for a reunion. take a look. ,> before the iphone, the imac members of the home computer club, steve jobs among them, gathered every other week. first in a garage, later on the campus of stanford university. >> it was a social media of its day. >> we are witnesses to a lot. not all of us have the same impact and duration as apple. into thennot get far history without looking at the meteoric rise of apple. 38 years later, steve wozniak is getting the rockstar treatment at the first reunion. >> everybody talk to me and said they had ideas. what should go in a computer and be useful for people? i wanted to be part of this so bad. after seeing jobs and wozniak demonstrate their first apple one anna meeting, invited jobs to store the next day. >> when he came in, i said if he -- i would buy 50 of them. >> the price was $500 apiece. first deal and made them $25,000 in 1976. >> that was their seed capital to get the cre
Jan 18, 2014 7:00am EST
formed a home brew computer club. those early meetings included steve jobs and steve wozniak debuting the apple one. single-handedly kicking off the pc revolution in the process. that group of original homebrew members gathered recently at the computer museum in san jose for a reunion. take a look. , imac or the iphone even a windows pc, members of the homebrew computer club, steve jobs among them, gathered every other week, first in a garage and later on the campus of stanford university. was the social media of its day. >> lee felsen stein was one of the organizers. 38 years after the club started, apple founder steve wozniak is getting the rockstar treatment at its first reunion in years. >> everybody in the club that ideaso me said -- and had as to what could go into computer. after seeing jobs and wozniak demonstrate their first apple one any homebrew meeting, he invited jobs to his store the next day. >> when he came into the store i told him that if he would assemble and test the apple one computer that they had, i would buy 50 of them. >> the price? $500 each. it was jobs and
Jan 21, 2014 11:00pm EST
that? >> he's the engineering mastermind behind it. bill gates was there building the company. steve ballmer was the sales engine. when you look at what he has created, there has only been two ceo's in the company and he is heavily involved with a lot of the decisions, more so than he let on during the interview. >> they said they would be making a decision early this year so i guess that leaves them anytime until june. brent thill from ubs, thanks. more between the conversation between bill gates and michael bloomberg, the founder of this company, coming up. ♪ >> welcome back to "bloomberg west." gideon yu, the president of the 49ers, is stepping down. gideon yu, a big force behind the tech savvy stadium in santa clara. we now know he is stepping down as president. he will be replaced by the coo of the 49ers, a longtime lieutenant of jed york end we will bring you many development as we have them. turning out to the sitdown conversation between microsoft cofounder bill gates and michael bloomberg, the founder of bloomberg lp, they talked about their philanthropy in addition to tec
Jan 17, 2014 5:30pm PST
an emergency. carter evans is there. and steve hartman "on the road" with mia schand who never believed what they said about her husband. >> i never gave up. never. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: and good evening. this is our western edition. more than 3,200 american children did something today that could lead to an early death: they smoked their first cigarette. that's one of the findings in a new 980-page wakeup call from the surgeon general about newly discovered dangers of smoking. 50 years after the first alarm went out that smoking causes lung cancer today's report says it causes as many as 10 other life-shortening diseases. the report says smoking is to blame for 480,000 premature deaths a year-- that's up 9%. smoking resulted in nearly $176 billion in medical costs last year. our dr. jon lapook talked to the surgeon general. >> cigarette smoking does affect almost every single organ in the >> reporter: what's the significance of adding new diseases to the list of problems already known to be caused by cigarettes? >> cigarette
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